a�?Psychology @ Worka�� guest lecture for SLIIT staff members was held on 12th November 2014 at SLIIT Malabe Campus, organized by the Faculty of Business, SLIIT. This Guest Lecture offered a unique opportunity to learn first-hand from a highly experienced Industrial and Occupational Psychologist, the theory and practice behind the development of a high performing
With the aim of improving and instilling team work, problem solving, and leadership skills, the Business Faculty of SLIIT conducted a�?Soft Skills + 2015a�? for the third consecutive year at the SLIIT campus in Malabe. This island wide, inter school quiz competition and soft skills workshop attracted over 375 students from 40 schools. The event
The Business Management Studentsa�� Conference & Corporate Challenge 2016 is organised by the Faculty of Business Studentsa�� Community of SLIIT for the 10th consecutive year. The a�?Corporate Challengea�? competition is an inter-university competition which is organized as a part of the Annual Business Conference. The company visit for the Corporate Challenge was held successfully with
The annual Business Management Studentsa�� Conference and Corporate Challenge, organized by the Faculty of Business Students Community took place once again for the year 2016. The event featured a session of valuable insights from a few prominent speakers, which also comprised of a panel discussion as well. The Inter University Quiz Competition was held at
A workshop on Exam Success Secret & Stress Relief (ES3R) was organized by SLIIT-faculty of Business on 23rd of July 2013 at Learnium International School Rajagiriya . This is the 3rd in a series of workshops to be conduct in schools island-wide. The workshop was conducted by Dr. Theekshana Suraweera, Dean/Faculty of Business & Dr.
A workshop on Exam Success Secret & Stress Relief (ES3R) was organized by SLIIT-Faculty of Business, SLIIT- Kandy Center and OGA of Mahamaya College on 13thA�September 2013 at Mahamaya Girls School Kandy. This is the 3rdA�in a series of workshops to be conduct in schools island-wide. The workshop was conducted by Dr. Theekshana Suraweera, Dean/Faculty
The Business Faculty of SLIIT conducted a�?Soft Skills + 2013a�? for the second consecutive year at the SLIIT campus in Malabe on 27th September 2013 with the aim of improving school students analytical, problem solving and communication skills. The programme attracted over 200 students from grade 12 and 13. The event was carried out in